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Relax and unwind at this striking 16th-century coaching inn and adjoining Elizabethan manor house, nestled in a sleepy village set in glorious Peak District countryside. Following an invigorating local walk, beat a path to the door of the Old Hall Inn and soak up the atmosphere in the rambling and rustic interior over a locally brewed ale or a glass of something special.

Recently refurbished, the inn has lost none of its original charm and character - expect old flagstones, stone mullion windows, roaring fires and an impressive minstrel's gallery in the old hall dining room. Under the same ownership as the Paper Mill Inn across the road.

Rooms from

Doubles and twins: £90

Good to know

  • All major credit cards accepted
  • Parking available
  • Private and alfresco dining
  • Dog allowed in bars only

Serene & Scenic
Nestled in a sleepy village in the heart of the idyllic Peak District, this is the place to be for some real rest and relaxation.

Outdoor Adventures
Enjoy sensational local walking around the Pennines; the Pennine Way starts at nearby Edale - just 8 mins by train. Or, explore the many off road cycling trails that start from the inn itself.

Quiet Romance
Enjoy the heritage hues of this traditional inn on a romantic weekend away.


Sleep in style in one of the seven rooms in the Old Hall Inn where all rooms are decked out in contemporary country style, boasting individual furnishings, big brass or wooden four poster beds, modern bathrooms and cossetting extras and detail touches.

Alternatively, there are three stunning self-catering cottages located around Whitehough, including Shepherds Cottage with three bedrooms, kitchen, dining room and log-burning stoves. The perfect option if you're looking for more space as a family - plus it's strolling distance to the pub for breakfast.

Restaurant & bar

The enticing menu at the Old Hall Inn champions seasonal and local produce - tuck into Kingsterndale lamb shoulder from the chef's own farm or a delectable pub classics like steak and ale pudding. Hearty sandwiches, steaks and Sunday lunches too.

Beer aficionados will find a mind-boggling eight ales on tap, alongside a raft of craft beers and ciders at the Old Hall Inn.

Things to do

A scenic twenty minute drive away, the glorious Lyme Park makes for a great day out for all the family. Nestled on the edge of the Peak District and run by the National Trust, the house is surrounded by gardens, moorland and deer park. Step back into the Regency lavish interiors, try out the billards table in the Long Gallery or let the children run wild in the Crow Wood Playscape with a giant slide, badger den and rope walks. The 1,400 acre estate with its medieval herd of red deer offers fantastic walks and stunning views too.

Or, explore the nearby spa town of Buxton. Home of Buxton Water, the town is one of the region's most popular tourist destinations, boasting wonderful Georgian and Regency architecture and stunning gardens as well as a range of theatrical events and festivals taking place all year round.

Getting here


Nearest station: Chinley
Taxi from station: 2 mins
Drive: 37min from Stockport, 1 hr from Manchester


Whitehough, Chinley, High Peak, Derbyshire SK23 6EJ

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